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Respond to one (1) of the following three
topics with a “primary post” of at least 125 words. Also, please
reply to a fellow student on any topic..
Pacific Lampreys. Watch the video
on Pacific Lampreys (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 2012). Please
address the following three questions: (a) where do Pacific lampreys fall
in the taxonomy of vertebrates? (b) what challenges do Pacific lamprey
populations face? (c) why are Native American tribes of the Northwest
concerned about them? (Please note: take care not to confuse the
Pacific lamprey (described in the video) with the Sea Lamprey, which is a
completely different species that is considered an invasive species in the
Population Distribution of Termites in a Savanna. Watch the video
describing Corina Tarnita’s research on the spacing of termite mounds in
savanna ecosystems (HHMI Biointeractive, 2015). The address the following
questions: (a) What were Tarnita’s findings about the spacing of termite
mounds? (b) What does Tarnita think is the main factor that governs the
spatial distribution of the termite mounds? (c) How do the termite mounds
benefit other organisms on the savanna?
Supporting the Energy Needs of a Large Brain. Read the article by
Zimmer (2011). Brain tissue is energetically expensive. For a species to
evolve a large brain, it may need to make certain adjustments to ensure
that enough energy is available to support brain function. Zimmer (2011)
discusses some different adjustments in the human line of descent that may
have enabled us to evolve larger brain. Explain one of these adjustments.
Zimmer, C. (2011, July/August). The brain. Discover, 32
(6), 18-19. Retrieved from EBSCOhost via Strayer University LRC. [Note: this
article is located behind a paywall on the web, but you can access it for free
from the Strayer University Library via EBSCOhost].
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